Slovene and Croat Politicians and Their Concept of Trialism in the Years Preceding the First World War
The paper presents the Slovene and Croat concept of triadism in the years preceding the First World War. The author answers the question as to how a demanded third - Southern Slavic - state unit would look according to the Slovene and Croat politicians of the time, in the event of the Habsburg Empire being reconstructed in a triadist sense. He concludes that the idea of a Greater Croatian state unit had the widest support among the triadist plans. Such a state unit would be strongly Catholic in character and integrated on the principle of 'centralized federalism' as applied in the Greater Austria.
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